Former Chelsea, Portsmouth and West Ham United defender Glen Johnson believes that the Manchester City fixture is perfect for Tottenham Hotspur to start their season. North London giants Spurs start the new Premier League campaign with a tough game against defending champions Manchester City but Glen Johnson believes that the game gives the North Londoners to prove that they are ready to achieve big things this season after a largely disappointing campaign last season.
Glen Johnson spoke to Sky Sports about the fixtures for the new season shortly after they were revealed last month. According to him, the Manchester City game is a perfect opportunity for the Spurs players show that they are ready to improve on the disappointing seventh position from last season.
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Ex-Chelsea defender Glen Johnson has no one to blame for the exit of Frank Lampard at the club earlier this year except the Chelsea players. Glen Johnson slammed the Chelsea players for the decision to sack Lampard as their manager in January while he was speaking to CheltenhamGuides.com.
Glen Johnson said Lampard could have also achieved similar results as his successor Thomas Tuchel if not for the players. The former Liverpool, Chelsea and West Ham United right-back wondered how the players could perform well for the new manager.
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Former Liverpool rightback Glen Johnson has revealed that Burundi international SaidoBerahino is one of the worst teammates that he has played with. Berahino who recently moved to Belgium side ZulteWaregem was Johnson’s teammate at Stoke City.
Berahino signed for Stoke City in 2017 from West Brom in a deal worth £12 million but was a troublesome player during his time at the club. The Potters had to pay the last three years of his contract in a final move to get him out of the club.
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Leeds United manager, Marcelo Bielsa is sweating over the fitness of a number of his players who fill in at right back and he needs to find an immediate solution to this problem.
The club has suffered another major injury blow as Luke Ayling was ruled out for two months after suffering what appears like a really bad knee injury during Leeds’ 1-1 draw against Nottingham Forest.
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Glen Johnson made 200 appearances during his six-year stint on the Merseyside before joining Stoke City when his contract with the Reds expired in the summer. Glen Johnson insists he bears no grudges over his Liverpool exit and claims he rejected the chance to stay at Anfield.
The belief had been that Glen Johnson was forced to leave the Anfield against his own wishes. However, the former West Ham right-back claims he has no regrets over his departure as he left on his terms. He said: “I had a very good time [at Liverpool] and enjoyed the majority of it. But I turned down a new contract at the end of the day, so it ended exactly how I would like.”
He revealed that he met Mark Hughes who said to him everything that he wanted to hear. He says he’s settling in well and he feels welcomed in the club so it couldn’t have been going any better at the moment. Liverpool missed out on a Champions League spot after a disastrous end to the 2015/2016 season that saw them win just one of their final six matches, including a 6-1 drubbing at Stoke on the last day.
Rodgers brought in Christian Benteke, Roberto Firmino and James Milner as part of a massive overhaul the next summer that has seen skipper Steven Gerrard and Raheem Sterling join Johnson out the exit door. Johnson began his career at West Ham United, spending time on loan at Millwall, and was signed by Chelsea for a £6 million fee after West Ham’s relegation in 2003. He helped Chelsea win the 2004–05 Premier League title and the 2005 League Cup Final. In June 2006, Johnson joined Portsmouth on loan for the 2006–07 season. Following a successful season on loan at Fratton Park, Johnson joined Pompey a permanently for a fee of around £4 million.